Far-Left ‘Squad’ Member Cori Bush Explains Why Black Cops Killing Tyre Nichols is Actually White Supremacy

Cori Bush issued a statement on the heinous killing of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five black police officers and arrived at the conclusion that this too, is an example of white supremacy.
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Missouri Democrat Cori Bush issued a statement on the heinous killing of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five black Memphis police officers and arrived at the conclusion that this too, is an example of white supremacy.

Graphic footage from the bodycams of the officers released on Friday shows they repeatedly beat 29-year-old Tyre Nichols with the victim succumbing to his injuries three days later.

The five police officers have been charged with his murder.

“Charging the officers who brutalized Tyre is not enough,” Bush said.

“Merely diversifying police forces will never address the violent, racist architecture that underpins our entire criminal legal system,” she explained. “The mere presence of Black officers does not stop policing from being a tool of white supremacy.”

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Cori Bush – Tyre Nichols Death was an Example of White Supremacy

Let’s be clear here – the only ‘tool’ involved in Cori Bush’s statement on the Tyre Nichos tragedy is the author.

Let us also be clear that voters in Missouri really need to raise their standards when it comes to electing people to Congress. Bush is not qualified to work at her local fast-food restaurant let alone as a lawmaker representing the people in her district.

The ‘defund police’ advocate reiterated her claim that Nichols’ death was an example of ‘white supremacy.’

“I will not stop advocating for a country where our government helps feed, house, educate and support our children, families, and community members, instead of slaughtering them at the altar of white supremacy,” she blathered.

Her comments do a grave disservice to the family of Tyre Nichols who would no doubt want to get to the bottom of why this happened.

Black-on-black crime isn’t ‘white supremacy’ and pretending people are so dumb that they’d fall for such an assertion really shows you how much Cori Bush actually negatively impacts and despises the black community.

She wants attention drawn to her incendiary rhetoric and off of those in this country trying to combat rare but actual instances of racism.

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Loves Armed Security … For Her

It should be noted that while she wears her ignorance like a badge of courage, Cori Bush is also one of the biggest hypocrites on the planet when it comes to policing and security.

The Political Insider reported previously that the anti-police enthusiast had, according to documents compiled in a ‘Statement of Disbursements in the House,’ spent thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to pay for her own private security.

She would later admit to spending much more and ranting in an interview with CBS News that critics of her hypocrisy need to “suck it up” and suggesting any judgment of her actions means people ‘want her to die.’

“They would rather I die?” she said. “You would rather me die? Is that what you want to see?”

Representative Cori Bush also accused white supremacists of shooting at her during the protests in Ferguson, Missouri over the death of Michael Brown in 2014.

The shooting itself and the subsequent protests themselves also an example of fake ‘white supremacy.’

“When we marched in Ferguson, white supremacists would hide behind a hill near where Michael Brown Jr. was murdered and shoot at us,” she tweeted. “They never faced consequences.”

Perhaps the reason they never faced consequences is because, according to Ferguson police chief Frank McCall Jr., it never happened.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that McCall “didn’t know that there was any record of such an incident” and “wasn’t aware of any incidents that the tweet might be referencing.”

Politifact never rated her claim false, despite the police chief’s comments and despite receiving “no evidence from Bush”, and instead lent it credence because other anti-police protesters said it happened.

‘Well, the anti-cop protesters said it happened despite no evidence, so we have to pretend it might be real,’ is a truly odd ‘fact-checking’ tactic.

In fact, the only shooting on record in Ferguson during the protests appears to have been a BLM protester who shot at police officers.

That was probably ‘white supremacy’ too in the vapid mind of congresswoman Cori Bush.

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